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WASHINGTON ― While U.S. intelligence has not yet concluded that Russia knew about Syria's plan to gas civilians ahead of time, senior White House officials said Tuesday that Russia must be pushed on t...
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"Say goodbye, my loves," whispered Abdel Hameed Alyousef, clinging the corpses of his infant children, Ahmed and Aya, tightly to his chest for the last time. "Say goodbye." So consumed by grief that h...
Turkish doctors found the effects of nerve agents in victims.
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Both of his two nine-month-old twins and wife were killed.
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MOSCOW/BEIRUT, April 5 (Reuters) - Russia denied on Wednesday that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was to blame for a poison gas attack and said it would continue to back him, setting the Kremlin on...
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A fact-finding mission has been launched to find who is responsible.
Because someone, anyone, needs to stop this.
BEIRUT, April 4 (Reuters) - A suspected Syrian government chemical attack killed scores of people, including children, in the northwestern province of Idlib on Tuesday, a monitoring group, medics and...
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According to Human Rights Watch, the attacks were part of the overall military strategy to retake the city.
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The probe shows the decision to use toxic weapons came from the very top.
The threat from chemical attacks may be limited, but the fear they create is real.
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Up to 250 people may have died from exposure to chemical weapons, Amnesty International says.
No troops were injured in the shelling, officials told CNN.